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  • Determination, detonation and EOD reconnaissance initiation

    The 35th CES EOD flight worked on foundational practices for unexploded ordnance reconnaissance missions with 11 Japan Air Self-Defense Force explosive ordnance disposal Airmen assigned with the Tohoku Subordinate Base, Tohoku, Japan and the 3rd Air Wing, March 29 and 30.
  • Secure Messaging makes communicating with your Air Force doctor simple

    In today’s connected world, we expect most communication to be convenient and instantaneous. Why should communicating with your health provider be any different? That is why the Air Force Medical Service offers a secure messaging platform for patients and families to communicate safely and quickly with their providers.
  • Misawa Air Base Urgent Care Airman channels passion for others, assists those in need

    U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Blake Ashford shares her passion for helping others as a 35th Medical Operations Squadron aerospace medical service technician at Misawa Air Base, Japan, as she opens up on why she serves in the armed forces today.
  • 35th Contracting Squadron: The power of the pen

    As master negotiators, stewards of taxpayer dollars and professional shoppers, the saying “the pen is mightier than the sword,” resonates heavily with the 35th Contracting Squadron at Misawa Air Base.
  • Nurse Advice Line launches in PACAF

    The Military Health System Nurse Advice Line, a service available to military health care beneficiaries living in the U.S. and Europe since 2014, is now available to those in the Pacific Air Forces.
  • Sendai English students embrace Misawa friends during annual base visit

    Natural disasters are trying times but lasting friendships can be forged through the adversity. One such friendship came about between Sollars Elementary School and MeySen Academy in Sendai following the 2011 Great Japan Earthquake during an annual military fair March 27.
  • Update: U.S. Airmen rescue Thai man, rescuer presented awards for heroism

    People from around the globe travel to Northern Japan for what some consider the best backcountry snowboarding and skiing in the world.Many, unfortunately, underestimate the skill level needed to shred unmarked and off course areas—often getting stuck in tree wells and falling victim to snow immersion suffocation.On Feb. 19, the worst possible
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